What supplies were used in ww1?
These countries’ consumption of industrial fuel and raw materials (coal, oil, wood, ore, cotton, wool, leather, etc.) was increasing, and they imported these goods from all over the world. The First World War was an industrial war that demanded large amounts of weapons and ammunition.
What equipment did soldiers have in the trenches?
- Trench Weapons.
- Underground Mining.
- Artillery and Mortars.
- Poison Gas.
- Tanks and Armoured Vehicles.
What did a doughboy wear?
(2) Uniform: A Doughboy’s uniform consisted of socks, long underwear, a pullover shirt, breeches or trousers, and a tunic with high collar at the neck. This uniform could be made of cotton, as pictured here, or wool, as seen in the two soldiers to the right.
What are the things used in war?
- 2.1 Revolvers and pistols.
- 2.2 Submachine guns.
- 2.3 Rifles.
- 2.4 Shotguns.
- 2.5 Grenades.
- 2.6 Recoilless rifles.
- 2.7 Flamethrowers.
- 2.8 Obstacle-clearing explosive charges.
What and who invented a weapon that could remove soldiers hiding in trenches?
In the trenches soldiers were well protected from gunfire and shelling. This encouraged a German, named Richard Fiedler, to develop a new weapon that could reach into the trenches and through many barriers. It was called the flammenwerfer, or known today as a flamethrower.
How do you get into reenacting?
Find a Reenactment Group Check your local newspaper or reenactment Web sites for listings of upcoming reenactment events in your area. Most large re-enactment events take place outdoors, so spring through fall are very active times of the year for the majority of these groups.
What tools did Battles use?
Model 1861 U.S. Rifle Musket.